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The GSNI Emissary Network provides girls with a chance to be in the spotlight. We asked some of our members to share what the program means to them. Today we have Amy Hoening talking about how the program has impacted her daughter, Grace.

 

Grace has enjoyed representing an organization that she believes in. She really liked the meal at Giovannis where she was able to lead people in a STEM project. She also liked being on the news. Most of all, whatever the assignment she just liked being an example of Girl Scouting.

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Girl Scouts of Northern Illinois Emissary, Chloe shares her favorite Girl Scout memory with all of our readers.

 

Being a Girl Scout is one of the greatest things to do. Now that I am a Junior, I have lots of Girl Scout memories...but one that I remember the most is this snowy day. My Girl Scout leaders planned a snow day with Cadettes when I was a Daisy. That's when I found out that all Girl Scouts grow up to be great people, who are kind and nice. The Cadettes helped my Daisy troop go up and down the big snowy hill at Randall Oaks in Dundee. All of the Cadettes looked tired and exhausted but they kept taking us up and down the hill and acted like it was no problem at all. It seemed like the coldest day on earth and they really showed the true meaning of Girl Scouts. They showed us how to be leaders. I still admire them because they are probably in high school now and I bet they are even nicer. I am hoping that one day girls in Daisies will look up to me and want to keep doing Girl Scouts so they can help other people.

 

In Girl Scouts we help others, earn badges and meet new friends along the way. This year in Girl Scouts I cannot wait to earn the "Drawing" and "Simple Meals" badges. I am excited about these badges because they sound fun and earning badges shows that you have done many things in Girl Scouts. I am also looking forward to earning the Bronze Award and doing a service project to help other people.

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Girl Scouts of Northern Illinois Emissary, Lexi shares a proud Girl Scout memory with all of our readers.

 

When I was a first grade Daisy scout, we planned a visit to the Senior Center near Christmas time.  This was one of the first events our troop did together.  We were all very excited about it and could hardly stop talking once we got there!   Visiting the Senior Center was an important event to me in Girl Scouts because we got to sing carols, and all the people came out to watch us. We played board games with them and made them each a Christmas pin.  All of the girls got to play games with the residents.  I was glad that I got to help make them happy for Christmas.  We have done a lot of other events, but this was one of my favorites, and I'll never forget our first Girl Scout troop event!

 

This year in Girl Scouts, I can't wait to save up money so we can take a trip to White Pines Horse camp!  Our troop wants to save up money we earn selling cookies and fall product, so that we can go to camp!  I really enjoy camping in the "wilderness".  We have camped as a troop a few times, and have had so much fun.  We can't wait for our next trip!

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Does your girl love the spotlight? Does your girl want to be a star? If so, attend a Summer Casting Call with her to learn about the Girl Scout Emissary Network!

 

The Emissary Network consists of Girl Scout Daisies, Brownies, Juniors, Cadettes, Seniors, and Ambassadors trained in public speaking and poise. Emissaries are on call to represent GSNI in the media and at community networking events. New opportunities for the 2013-2014 membership year include girl bloggers, social media networkers (girls 13+), and event photographers!